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Bulletin — Tues., Sept. 2 — Black Day

Any junior or senior interested in attending an Automotive Career Education Day at Longview Community College needs to see Mr. Batson or Ms. Chipman ASAP.

Sgt. Miller from the Army will be here during lunch and seminar on Thursday, Sept. 4, for anyone interested in speaking with him.

Sophomores are reminded to pay class dues of $3 to Maria Burge ASAP.

Seniors: Mrs. Holcomb needs 3 senior photos for the

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Trussell-Shipers to be wed Oct. 11

Andrea Leigh Trussell of Lathrop and Scott Allen Shipers of Cameron will be wed at 7 p.m. on Oct. 11 at the First Baptist Church in Gallatin.

Andrea Leigh Trussell of Lathrop and Scott Allen Shipers of Cameron will be wed at 7 p.m. on Oct. 11 at the First Baptist Church in Gallatin. A reception will immediately follow at the Lake Viking Clubhouse. All friends and relatives are invited

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Jameson Picnic Talent Show results

There were 23 entries in the 112th Jameson Picnic Talent Show.

There were 23 entries in the 112th Jameson Picnic Talent Show. Results are as follows:

6 and under: 1. Chloe Simmons, Gallatin, singing “I’ve Got Peace”; 2. Aubrey Burns, Gallatin, and Kailey Salmon, Jameson, dancing to “Let’s Twist Again”; 3. Grant Simmons, Gallatin, singing “Burning Love.”

7-11: 1. Brianna Pickering, Nixa, singing “Second Hand Rose”; 2. Kailey Elbert and

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Tuckers observe 30th

Harvey and Betty (Taul) Tucker will celebrate their 30th wedding anniversary on Sunday, Aug. 31.

Harvey and Betty (Taul) Tucker will celebrate their 30th wedding anniversary on Sunday, Aug. 31. They were married on that date in 1973 at the Jameson Christian Church. They are former Daviess County residents. Their parents are Jeff and Thelma Tucker, now residing in Cameron, the late Herman and Louise Taul, and Dorothy Taul of

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Reunions

Harris

Those present at the Harris reunion were Ethel Drummond of Blue Springs; Bea Cummins of Oak Grove; Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Harris, Mary Weldon, Dean Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Harris; Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Harris; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Harris; Dale and Carol Cox, Bruce and Sharon Bell and Jake, Rex Burton and Cindy Fetters, all of Gallatin; Donna Harris Terry of Centerville; Robbie and Barbara Harris of

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Bulletin — Fri., Aug. 29 — Red Day

NHS officers will meet today during both seminars. We will have pizza. All members should attend.

Any junior or senior interested in attending an Automotive Career Education Day at Longview Community College needs to see Mr. Batson or Ms. Chipman ASAP.

Attention StuCo members: there will be a meeting in Mrs. Critten’s room at 7:30 on Tuesday, Sept. 2. Be sure to be on time and attend.

Sgt. Miller from

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Meth lab seized; two subjects in custody, one at large

The Daviess County Prosecuting Attorney yesterday charged Phillip D. Galloway, 23, Bethany, Michael D. Howard, 23, Pattonsburg, and Scott Virtue, 26

The Daviess County Prosecuting Attorney yesterday charged Phillip D. Galloway, 23, Bethany, Michael D. Howard, 23, Pattonsburg, and Scott Virtue, 26, Ridgeway, with manufacturing methamphetamine, resisting arrest by fleeing, and assault on a law enforcement officer, pursuant to an investigation conducted by the Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms

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School enrollment cited

Gallatin R-5 will begin with an additional 37 students for the 2003-2004 school year with an enrollment of 646 total students. Breakdown of students is: 12th – 54; 11th – 58; 10th – 44; 9th – 48; 8th -51; 7th – 61. In elementary there are 44 students in preschool: 6th – 51; 5th – 49; 4th – 47; 3rd – 51; 2nd – 38; 1st -52; kindergarten – 42.

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City tax rates set as aldermen return focus on normal business

Gallatin Police Chief James Wycoff told the Gallatin Board of Aldermen that Sgt. Richards had recovered the items stolen during the burglaries in March

During their regular meeting held Monday, Aug. 25, Gallatin Police Chief James Wycoff told the Gallatin Board of Aldermen that Sgt. Richards had recovered the items stolen during the burglaries in March 2003 as well as the air guns used when several car windows were shot

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